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Old 04-04-2013, 04:22 PM   #22
Red001
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Default IMO if you are not a stringer the Stringmeter is completely useless tool.

When re-stringing is completed my Stringmeter is always showing numbers higher than reference tension on my Wise 2086 - no matter what string gauge I dial on the Stringmeter.

ERT-300 is much more useful and accurate tool.

I use Stringmeter only to check and improve consistency of my stringing. It always will be some difference in tension among mains but I am trying to improve my technique and get tension variance among individual mains as close as possible.

One more thing - I compared what ERT-300 and Stringmeter show after each hour I play. ERT-300 is accurately shows decline in string-bed stiffness.
Stringmeter is completely useless - sometimes it even shows that some mains have tension higher than before. I can only guess that strings are getting warned out and notching increases friction between strings.


IMO if you are not a stringer the Stringmeter is completely useless tool.
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